Do you love to write? The McMullan Young Writers Workshop (MYWW) provides promising young writers an opportunity to develop as creative writers under the instruction of talented writing instructors and to study literature under the guidance of college professors. Students learn from accomplished writers and teachers of poetry, drama, fiction, and creative non-fiction. The program also provides young writers with the opportunity to hear an established writer of note speak about his or her craft and to ask questions of that writer.
The 2018 workshop will take place on the campus of Millsaps College the week of July 16–20. Participation in the workshop is limited to 55 students who are rising 10th graders through rising college freshmen.
Keynote Speaker: Joyce Carol Oates
We are excited to announce acclaimed novelist Joyce Carol Oates will serve as keynote speaker for the 2018 workshop! For more announcements about writers who will be joining us this summer, like us on Facebook to stay in the loop!
The McMullan Young Writers Workshop is made possible through the generous support of the McMullan Family Foundation, in partnership with the Eudora Welty Foundation and Millsaps College.
Meals: Meals will be provided in the Millsaps College dining hall, offering healthy and tasty food choices. Students with any dietary needs should report on the registration form below and to the program director.
Housing: Students will reside in New South dormitory, which is located on the south end of Millsaps’ campus. A campus map can be downloaded here.
What to bring:
Check-in: Monday, July 16
Check-out: Friday, July 20
Cost: Register by March 15 and pay only $250. Register between March 16 and April 15 and pay only $350. After April 15, the regular registration rate of $450 will apply (includes all activities, meals, and lodging).
For questions, to update a student’s registration status, or other inquiries, please email MYWW at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 601.974.1307.